|Oracle Workflow Guide
Part Number A95265-03
Optional Setup Steps
- 1. You can partition the WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES, WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES_H, WF_ITEM_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES, and WF_ITEMS tables for performance gain. See: Partitioning Workflow Tables.
- 2. If you are using the standalone version of Oracle Workflow with Oracle9i Database Server Release 2 or Oracle9i Application Server (Oracle9iAS) Release 2 or higher, you can synchronize the user information in your Workflow directory service with Oracle Internet Directory (OID). Additionally, if you have installed Oracle9iAS Release 2 or higher, you can also use OID integration to implement single sign-on integration. See: Synchronizing Workflow Directory Services with Oracle Internet Directory.
- 6. You can include additional icons to your Oracle Workflow Icons subdirectory to customize the diagrammatic representation of your workflow processes. Use custom symbols for each activity you define. See: Adding Custom Icons to Oracle Workflow.
- 8. Set up the Business Event System if you want to communicate business events between systems using event subscription processing and Workflow process event activities. See: Setting Up the Business Event System.
- 9. Set up the WF_EVENT_OMB_QH queue handler if you are using the Business Event System with Oracle8i and you want to use Oracle Message Broker to propagate event messages between systems. See: Setting Up the WF_EVENT_OMB_QH Queue Handler.
Overview of Required Set Up Steps for the Standalone Version of Oracle Workflow
Overview of Required Set Up Steps for the Version of Oracle Workflow Embedded in Oracle Applications
Other Workflow Features
Identifying the Version of Your Oracle Workflow Server
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